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Julie Lineback has had something to say from the beginning. Yesterday’s blank books and pencils have evolved into today’s laptops and Google Docs, and the stories have changed from a schoolgirl’s daydreams to those of cutting-edge research and academics in UWG’s College of Arts and Humanities and the College of Education. Originally from East Tennessee, Julie's career started in 2000, after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. While serving as a communications specialist at Oak Ridge Associated Universities, she received an award of quality from the Public Relations Society of America, the world’s largest public relations organization, for her work on a catalog. She also worked as a website editor, copywriter and search engine specialist for BellSouth, where she was a certified Google AdWords Professional. She joined UWG in August 2006.

UWG Retains Colleges of Distinction Status

Courtesy of UWG For the third year in a row, the University of West Georgia has been named...

Autism Unmasked: UWG Professor Seeks to Help Caregivers, Doctors Diagnose Early

The prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) cases in the United States is on the rise, and although it can be detected as early...

Retired UWG Professor and Alumna Wife Establish Business Internship Opportunity for...

As a professor of music and director of the opera workshop at the University of West Georgia for almost 25 years, Dr. Larry Frazier...

UWG Launches Newest Health and Wellness Education Endeavor

The University of West Georgia’s new Wolf Wellness Lab, powered by the College of Education, serves as yet another step in advancing the health...

A magic match Portion of National Endowment for the Humanities grant...

“Literary Undergraduate Research in English” (LURe), a journal of literary research edited and published by undergraduate English majors at the University of West Georgia,...

UWG Program Offers New Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

When Katy Ann Killingsworth’s older sister started visiting colleges more than five years ago, the younger sibling expressed her excitement for her future in...

Prominent Historian, Professor Emeritus Establishes Lecture Series

The University of West Georgia College of Arts and Humanities (COAH) recently announced the establishment of the John Ferling Distinguished Lecture Series in United...

Booked and blessed: UWG alumna finds success on stage

One must be a jack- or jill-of-all-trades to have an edge in the entertainment industry. Candy McLellan knows that, and she certainly got the whole...

UWG education program earns Board of Regents award

The Department of Early Childhood Education (ECED) at the University of West Georgia has won the 2018 Regents’ Teaching Excellence Award for Departments and...

UWG graduate students travel to Ecuador for study abroad

Sometimes you don’t even have to speak the same language to make an impact. Just ask University of West Georgia College of Education (COE) graduate...